Staunton River State Park
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Staunton River State Park is a state park in Virginia. One of the Commonwealth's original state parks, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps and opening in 1936, it is located along the Staunton River near Scottsburg, Virginia. It is an International Dark Sky Park.
GroundskeeperCategory: Facilities, Maintenance, and RepairHiring Rate: $8.50 per hour Position Number: SR001 Performs the recurring grounds care, maintenance, light construction, and cleaning tasks necessary to operate Virginia State Park facilities. Includes cleaning bathhouses, mowing grass, raking/removing leaf litter, trash and litter removal, cleaning campsites, and cutting firewood for merchandise sales. Minimum Qualifications: Knowledge of ...read more
HousekeepingCategory: Facilities, Maintenance, and RepairHiring Rate: $9.20 Position numbers: SR023 Staunton River State Park is looking for a self-motivated individual to perform a variety of tasks in housekeeping operations. The primary focus of this position includes proper and prompt cleaning of cabins, restrooms, campground bathhouses, and other park structures. The successful candidate will efficiently turnover overnight facilities before ...read more
Housekeeping SupervisorCategory: Facilities, Maintenance, and RepairApply Now Hiring Range: $11.00 - $14.00 per hour based on experience Job Description The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation is the state’s lead conservation agency, and it takes a diverse agency to work for a diverse commonwealth. DCR protects what people care about – access to outdoors, natural habitats, open spaces, clean water, and safe infrastructure. Staunton River State ...read more
Parks InterpreterCategory: Sports and RecreationHiring Rate: $9.00 per hour Position: SR022 This position involves developing, planning, marketing and implementing interpretive programs and activities that focus on the natural and cultural resources at Staunton River State Park. Programs will include guided hikes, canoe and biking tours, campfires, children’s programs, wildlife programs, and other environmental education programs. When not ...read more